Saint Honoré Haussman Forty 7-24: Performance Excellence
Originally a rare high-performance measuring instrument. By clever construction, reading time becomes clear and pleasing.
The silver dial is embellished with a honeycomb pattern, which is as easy to read as the dashboard of a racing car-round counter, brightly colored hands-also made an interesting design on the Tachyemeter, with ‘407’ The data is decreasing to highlight the highest record of 407 kilometers per hour in the 24 Hours race. The oversized orange ’15’ is used to highlight the start time of the 24 Hours race at Le Mans: 15:00 (3 pm).
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Efficient, powerful, and technical. The Haussman Forty 7-24 titanium case houses its finest movement-the Valjoux 7750 automatic winding movement, visible through its transparent crystal case back.
This self-winding mechanical movement has a 44-hour power reserve. The center of the dial is the hour, minute and small seconds, and there are 3 small chronograph dials (small seconds at 9 o’clock and 12 hours at 6 o’clock. At 12 o’clock, there is a 30-minute chronograph dial).
Equipped with two unique straps-black honeycomb-shaped rubber strap and hole-shaped special leather orange stitching strap-Haussman Forty 7-24 is ready to face any challenge.
Saint Honoré is on the podium for the third time in a row at the Spa 1,000 km endurance race (Intercontinental Le Mans Cup). The brand’s two ambassador drivers, Stéphane Sarrazin, driving Peugeot Peugeot, and Christophe Tinseau, driving Pescarolo, both wear Saint Honoré’s new ‘installation’-Haussman Forty7-24, at Le Mans 24 Hours The 24-hour endurance race debuted at the Spa’s 1,000 km endurance race this year.
Source: SaintHonoré Paris